An automatic liquid dispenser works by automatically dispensing a bottle of liquid. The bottle is placed in the dispenser, which contains a switch. Once the switch is depressed, the dispenser activates and dispensing of the liquid begins. There are several types of automatic liquid dispensers, and the selection is based on personal preferences and your needs.
A preferred embodiment of the automatic liquid dispenser includes a compact housing with a shaped base and removable tray. It can be wall-mounted or countertop-mounted. The dispenser sends out an infrared signal to dispense the liquid when a user's hand or object passes over it. To prevent accidental operation, the device has an off switch. A few features of automatic dispensers are discussed below. Here's how they work.
An automatic liquid dispenser has a molded housing that is preferably plastic. The upper portion of the housing includes a detent area and a valve. A bottle's neck and cap rest in the shaped recess, and a lock tab prevents accidental opening. Normally, the lid is closed to prevent accidental opening. The bottle's valve is usually closed but is opened when the user presses a button on the dispenser.
An automatic liquid dispenser is highly convenient to use, and it is hygienic, too. These dispensers are made of engineering plastics that are environmentally friendly and safe for use. They can dispense all kinds of liquids. In addition, they are easy to use, and their transparent reservoir allows the user to easily fill the container. The automatic liquid dispenser is operated by 4 AA batteries, which will last up to six months. It is also compatible with micro USB charging and includes an LED indicator light.
An automated dispenser can also deliver hand sanitizer and soap. These automatic dispensers utilize a peristaltic pump that is highly effective in dealing with substances that standard pumps can't handle. An automated dispenser is fully reusable, and its internal plumbing is replaceable with similar parts. One type of automatic dispenser is also ADA-compliant. Its features include touch-free operation, quick filling, and ADA-compliant design.